The founder of GT's Kombucha will be on hand to provide insights for entrepreneurs derived from his own 20-year journey building the brand and the kombucha category.
Breakout sessions will feature a series on valuations and exit strategy, as well sessions dealing with law, blogging and public relations, scientific advisory boards and studies, and a track linking design, processing, and packaging decisions to product outcomes.
In addition to one-of -a-kind opportunities to learn and network, BevNET Live Winter ’14 attendees will be able to visit and learn from over 40 best-in-class sponsors, suppliers, and vendors — all armed with high-quality innovations — during the BevNET Live Expo. The Expo will take place 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. on Monday, December 8, the first day of the two-day BevNET Live event.
The BevNET Live audience will be treated to in-depth data analyzing the effects of channel shifting on more than a dozen key beverage categories courtesy a pair of leading retail information providers.
While we've been busy publicizing our sessions over the past couple of months, you’ll notice that we've layered in a whole bunch of cool stuff that we haven’t even had time to brag about.
This time around, we’ve made a couple of adjustments to the voting structure for New Beverage Showdown, in which attendees and livestream viewers will have a direct role in the judging process.
Three investors will explore how social impact itself has become an important factor with regard to brand building and a company’s ability to attract investment regardless of investor type.
The panel will feature executives from Evolution Fresh, Califia Farms and GoodBelly, examining how each furthers growth by aligning innovation with brand and operational strengths.
At a time when function is an increasingly important component of consumable products, beverages can pop up in a variety of parts of the drug store, from the cold case to a growing set of fresh food offerings; from shelf-stable shelves to supplement aisles.
Are you one of the 400+ already registered for the event? If not, don’t delay another day; seats are rapidly filling up, and the conference is on pace to sell out well before it begins.